165_2020_11x - Week 6 How do you know she\u2019s a witch WITCHES SATAN AND THE INSIDE THREAT OF WITCHCRAFT Today\u2019s class Poll 1 From Last Time

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How do you know she’s a witch? WITCHES, SATAN AND THE INSIDE THREAT OF WITCHCRAFT Week 6
Today’s class Poll 1 From Last Time Witches and Satan What is a witch? What does a witch do? Why does a witch do these things? A brief interlude on witchcraft in Denmark The (sad) story of Anne and Mette Madsdatter
Today’s class Poll 1 From Last Time Witches and Satan What is a witch? What does a witch do? Why does a witch do these things? A brief interlude on witchcraft in Denmark The (sad) story of Anne and Mette Madsdatter
Today’s class Poll 1 From Last Time Witches and Satan What is a witch? What does a witch do? Why does a witch do these things? A brief interlude on witchcraft in Denmark The (sad) story of Anne and Mette Madsdatter
From last time
An Example A mound man and his family lived in Dagbjærg Dås. It happened once that a man who was riding by there [orientation ] got the impulse to ask the mound woman for a little to drink. She went in after the requested drink but her husband advised her to tap from the poisonous cask. [complicating action: threat ] The traveler heard this and, when the mound woman hands him the cup with the drink, he throws the contents over his shoulder and rides away with the cup in his hand, as fast as the horse can run. [complicating action: strategy ] The mound woman tosses her breasts over her shoulder and ran after him as well she could. [complicating action: threat ] When he reached the place where Karup river cuts across the highway from Viborg to Holstebro, she was so close to him that she snatched a calk (hage) off one of the horse’s shoes and from that time on the place is called Hage bridge. [complicating action: strategy ] The mound woman couldn’t cross over the running water and the man was saved. [result ] Later it turned out that a few drops of the drink had fallen on the horse’s rump and had taken off both hide and hair. [coda ]

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